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[WATCH] The cartoonist who broke the barriers of fear
Art 22-11

Ali Ferzat, whose work has irked many regimes in the Middle East and beyond, said the terror experienced in France is the same as the terror experienced in Syria

Georgia wins the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Entertainment 21-11

10-year-old Mariam Mamadashvili, representing Georgia, has won the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest

National Book Council announces Terramaxka Prize winners
Books 17-11

The eight winners of the Terramaxka Prize 2016 have been announced as part of the official opening of the Malta Book Festival

Meeting our monster heritage | Joseph Bugeja
Art 17-11

For painter Joseph Bugeja, the creepy creatures from Maltese folklore have become something of a labour of love. He speaks to Teodor Reljic about the spark behind his 'Hotel Babaw' exhibition, and the value of preserving the monsters of yore

A healthy emphasis on the process | Sarah Maria Scicluna
Art 16-11

As the final instalment of an ongoing series of interviews with artists participating in Divergent Thinkers, Teodor Reljic speaks to Sarah Maria Scicluna, who won the competition that underpinned the exhibition

Film review | Doctor Strange: Just what the doctor ordered
Film 16-11

Marvel Studios gets a welcome jolt of colour with this Benedict Cumberbatch starring dimension-hopping romp • 3.5/5

[WATCH] Turning to ‘Tripfolk’
Music 15-11

The title of Etnika’s upcoming new album is a zany mouthful that promises a fresh jolt of old-but-new sounds from Malta’s pioneering folk music act. Teodor Reljic spoke to the band about what we can expect from ‘Maddalena’s Marvellous Tripfolk Klabb’ ahead of its online release in a couple of days’ time

9-year-old Maltese ballerina makes it to world’s largest ballet competition
Theatre & Dance 14-11

Lea Ellul Sullivan will face off with the best young ballerinas in the world during the April’s final of Youth America Grand Prix

Robert Vaughn dies: ‘Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ star passes way at 83
Film 12-11

Actor Robert Vaughn died from acute leukaemia • He reached peak of his fame in the 1960s playing Napoleon Solo in the ‘Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ TV series

Legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen dead at 82
Music 11-11

Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen has died at the age of 82

[WATCH] From music to fresco painting: hands-on workshop for students at Layers
Cultural Diary 10-11

After two years in the making, students get the opportunity to experience the multidisciplinary exhibit Layers one last time

Brad Pitt 'abusive behaviour investigation closed'
Entertainment 10-11

An investigation into allegations against that actor Brad Pitt was abusive towards his son in September has ended with no finding of wrongdoing

Embracing chaos and interconnection | Artists Samuel Sultana and Janis Luste
Art 10-11

Having opened on October 21, the annual Divergent Thinkers exhibition brings together a group of emerging artists to create work to a brief, with this edition taking ‘NAVIGATE’ as its curatorial springboard. As part of an ongoing series of interviews with the participating artists, Teodor Reljic speaks to Samuel Sultana and Janis Luste, who will be competing with his counterparts at the exhibition for a month-long scholarship at the Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo, Japan in August, 2017

Chopped off and on display | Konrad Buhagiar
Art 09-11

Architecture Project’s founding partner Konrad Buhagiar talks about the meaning and significance of the 'Time Space Existence' exhibit, and what it says about Malta’s approach to our built environment

The irresistible temptation of the naked truth | Alek Popov
Books 09-11

Acclaimed Bulgarian novelist Alek Popov speaks to Teodor Reljic about his caustic brand of political satire ahead of his participation at this year’s edition of the Malta Book Festival

Prince Harry leaps to his girlfriend's defence: 'our private lives are not a game'
Entertainment 08-11

Prince Harry lambasts media in defence of his girlfriend, Meghan Markle, through a statement in which he expresses fears for her safety

Calling all bookworms: Malta Book Festival starts tomorrow
Books 08-11

This year’s edition of the Malta Book Festival will be open to the public as of tomorrow and will run until 13 November, catering to different readers

Sensational cellist returns to Malta | Narek Hakhnazaryan
Music 08-11

Denise Azzopardi speaks to Armenian cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan prior to his solo performance of Antonin Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B minor at the Manoel Theatre later this month. She learns how he fell in love with Malta, its people and its food during his first visit to Malta last year, and is delighted to hear his heartwarming messages for his audience-to-be this time around

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